Synonyms for greenham_stakes or Related words with greenham_stakes

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Examples of "greenham_stakes"
The Greenham Stakes can serve as a trial for various colts' Classics in Europe. The last winner to achieve victory in the 2000 Guineas was Frankel in 2011, and the most recent 2,000 Guineas winner to compete in the Greenham Stakes was Night of Thunder, the 2014 runner-up.
Barathea stood as a stallion at the Rathbarry Stud at Fermoy, County Cork. He was much sought after from the start of his stud career and proved successful, siring the winners of more than 700 races. His best winners included Tobougg, Stotsfold (Brigadier Gerard Stakes), Enrique (Greenham Stakes), Tante Rose, Barshiba (Lancashire Oaks), Apsis (Prix du Chemin de Fer du Nord), Barathea Guest (Greenham Stakes), Sina Cova (Noblesse Stakes), Silk Blossom (Lowther Stakes), Hazarista (Blue Wind Stakes) and Opera Cape (Solario Stakes).
After winning easily on his comeback race at Newbury on 16 April 2011 (the Group 3 Greenham Stakes), Frankel was sent off an odds-on favourite to win the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket a fortnight later.
Niche is by Risk Me, British-trained French Champion 2yo and winner of the Prix Jean Prat, Grand Prix de Paris, Greenham Stakes and the National Stakes. He is also the sire of popular sprinter Branston Abby.
Balisada's dam Balnaha won one minor race from four attempts in 1993. She was a half-sister to the Falmouth Stakes winner Inchmurrin who produced the Greenham Stakes winner and successful stallion Inchinor
The Greenham Stakes is a Group 3 flat horse race in Great Britain open to three-year-old colts and geldings. It is run over a distance of 7 furlongs (1,408 metres) at Newbury in April.
Blenheim was slow to find his form as a three-year-old and began his 1930 campaign by running unplaced behind Christopher Robin in the Greenham Stakes at Newbury. Despite his poor performance in the trial, he was well-fancied for the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket two weeks later. He finished fourth of the twenty-eight runners behind Diolite, Paradine and Silver Flare.
As a three-year-old, following a victory in the Greenham Stakes at Newbury, Mill Reef was beaten three lengths in the 2,000 Guineas by Brigadier Gerard, who was to prove himself one of the best milers ever, with his old rival My Swallow back in third.
The 2000 Guineas is served by trial races such as the Craven Stakes and the Greenham Stakes, but for some horses it is the first race of the season. The 2000 Guineas itself can act as a trial for the Derby, and the last horse to win both was Camelot in 2012. The most recent 2000 Guineas participant to win the Derby was Australia, placed third in 2014.
The Spring Meeting week of 1984 was almost as it used to be and Mercer won the two main classic trials at Newbury when Mahogany won the Fred Darling Stakes and the same trainer’s Creag an Sgor won the Greenham Stakes. Mahogany was made favourite for the One Thousand Guineas. Prominent for a long way in the big race she then faded badly as if there was something wrong with her. Creag an Sgor was outclassed in the Two Thousand Guineas.
Tachypous (foaled 1974) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. As a two-year-old in 1976 he showed early promise and recovered from illness to defeat a strong field in the Middle Park Stakes. In the following year he failed to win but produced his best performance when finishing second in the 2000 Guineas. Apart from his two wins he was placed in the Richmond Stakes, Greenham Stakes and St James's Palace Stakes. He made no impact as a breeding stallion.
Almost inevitably, he never lived up to these grand expectations, which included a number of rapturous editorials in The Times. Stepping back to seven furlongs, he made his seasonal debut on softened ground at Newbury in the Greenham Stakes on 22 April 1995. Although his win over Bahri was not spectacular, he was still unchallenged, and he would have won by much more than the eventual one and a quarter lengths had he not been eased down.
Distant Music began his second season in the Greenham Stakes (a major trial of the 2000 Guineas) over seven furlongs at Newmarket on 18 April. He recovered from a slow start to the lead inside the final furlong but was caught in the last stride and beaten a head by Barathea Guest. Despite his defeat he started 11/2 second favourite for the 2000 Guineas on 6 May but finished eighth of the twenty-seven runners behind King's Best.
Theirs was a successful partnership with a number of fine horses. These include: Hornbeam (winner of 11 races)- winner of the Great Voltigeur Stakes and second in the St Leger, Ascot Gold Cup and Doncaster Cup; Rosalba (winner of 6 races)- winner of the Coronation Stakes, Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, and Fred Darling Stakes, whilst achieving 2nd place in Petite Etoile's 1000 Guineas; and Counsel (winner of 10 races)- a top class handicapper and winner of the Greenham Stakes.
His first engagement at three was in the Greenham Stakes at Newbury when he came second to Celtic Swing. His next race was the 2,000 Guineas when he lined up against Celtic Swing who was the 4/5 favourite as well as the dual Group 1 winning Pennekamp, he managed to come third in that race behind Pennekamp and Celtic Swing. His next race was the Irish 2,000 Guineas where he again came third but this time to Spectrum.
Muhaarar (foaled 25 February 2012) is a British Thoroughbred racehorse. As a two-year-old he showed very good form, winning the Gimcrack Stakes and finishing third in both the July Stakes and the Middle Park Stakes. He began his three-year-old career with a win in the Greenham Stakes before emerging as a leading sprinter with victories in the Commonwealth Cup, July Cup, Prix Maurice de Gheest and British Champions Sprint Stakes.
In 1947, Bull founded the Hollins Stud in Halifax, West Yorkshire using four mares - Lady Electra, Candida, Orienne and Anne of Essex. At the stud, he bred Romulus, winner of the Greenham Stakes, Sussex Stakes, Queen Elizabeth II Stakes and Prix du Moulin and also Eudaemon, winner of the Gimcrack Stakes and Champagne Stakes. Among the horses that won in Bull's own colours of cerise with a white circle were Sostenuto, winner of the Ebor Handicap and Charicles, winner of the Wokingham Handicap. His stud declined through the 1970s and by the 1980s he rarely owned more than one horse at a time.
Paco Boy made his season debut in the Listed Spring Cup over seven furlongs at Lingfield. Held up at the back of the field, he made rapid progress in the final fifty yards before winning impressively by nearly two lengths. He next ran in the Group 3 Greenham Stakes at Newbury, a recognised trial for the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket. Held up in his now customary style, he again won comfortably by three-quarters of a length, with the favourite Confront back in fifth.
Quiet Reflection was from the second crop of foals sired by Showcasing, a stallion who won two of his seven races including the 2009 edition of the Gimcrack Stakes. He made a very promising start to his stud career, also siring Toocoolforschool (Mill Reef Stakes), Prize Exhibit (San Clemente Handicap), Tasleet (Greenham Stakes) and Cappella Sansevero (Round Tower Stakes). Quiet Reflection's dam My Delirium recorded her only success in eight races when she won a maiden race at Newmarket Racecourse in October 2010 at odds of 80/1. She was descended from the American broodmare Annie Aaron, a half-sister to Alysheba.
In Command bega his second season in the Greenham Stakes (a major trial race for the 2000 Guineas) over seven furlongs at Newbury Racecourse on 19 April. After leading in the early stages he was overtaken in the last quarter mile and finished fourth behind Yalaietanee, Revoque and Muchea. In Command was off the racecourse for almost two months before he returned in the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot in which he started a 25/1 outsider and finished sixth behind Starborough. After another lengthy absence he contested the Park Stakes at Doncaster in September and finished seventh of the eight runners behind the four-year-old Almushtarak.